Author Guidelines

Jurnal LITIGASI

p-ISSN: 0853-7100; e-ISSN: 2442-2274; http://journal.unpas.ac.id/index.php/litigasi) is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Faculty of Law of Pasundan University Bandung with Publishing frequency twice a year, ie in April and October. Litigation contains a very specific meaning (superspesialis), which is the process of settling the law through the legal court.

Jurnal LITIGASI  is an electronic National Journal, which has a vision in the development of legal science, as well as the harmonization of positive law in Indonesia with the reality of what happened in the community.

Editor  of Jurnal LITIGASI contains original and scientific article article and has novelty value in the form, Research Result, Article Release, Articles Reviews and Articles of Book Review in accordance with the systematics of writing the category of each article that has been determined by the editor.

1.  General Writer's Guide

Article submitted to Editorial of Litigation Journal of Law Faculty of Pasundan University Bandung, consist of 30-50 pages with double spaced A4 format. Entries include authors' biographies, including: Name, college origin, email address, phone number and scientific qualification, education history. All article pages, including tables, attachments and references should be numbered. Each table or picture is numbered, title and citation source.

All articles must be submitted to Editorial Journal LITIGASI Pasundan University Law Faculty online at E-Journal Portal address: http://journal.unpas.ac.id/index.php/litigasi/about/submissions, where authors register as Author and / Or offered as an online reviewer. If the author has problems registering online, please contact the Editorial Office at the following email: litigasi@unpas.ac.id.

2 . Writing Title, Name and Address Author

The title of the article, the author's name (without an academic degree), and the author's affiliate address (written flat left-right or Justify) on the first page under the article title. The distance between the lines between the title and the author's name is 2 spaces, while the distance between the author's name and the author's affiliate address is 1 space.

Title writing should be written briefly, clearly, attractively, fairly current and not exceeding 14 words. The title should show precisely the problem to be proposed, does not allow for a variety of interpretive opportunities, written entirely in capital letters symmetrically. Article titles should not contain unusual word abbreviations. Title should not give the impression of coverage of articles that are local.

The Author Responsible Author or Corresponding Author should be marked with an asterisk followed by a comma "*)". At the bottom of the left column the first page / abstract should be written the mark of the Author Responsible Author or Corresponding Author and also his email address (see example). Communication on article revisions and final decisions will only be communicated through the Correspondence Author email.

If the author is more than one, write the author's name with the bottom of the main author. If the author's name consists of two words, the first word of the author ( first name ) should not be abbreviated. If the name of the author consists of only one word, write the actual name in one word, but the online version (HTML) will be written in two words containing the same name (repeatedly) for metadata indexation purposes (Camdali & Tunc, 2006; Fridman, 2008).

3. Special Instructions Writing Script

Systematic writing is qualified with several categories of articles, namely:  Articles as a  result of researchreview articles  and  articles written in the book review . The Systematics for writing for each category of articles is as follows:

A . SYSTEMATIC WRITING OF RESEARCH ARTICLES

ARTICLES TITLE (Maximum of 14 words)

Writer's name

Author Affiliate Address

ABSTRACT

Abstracts are made in English and Bahasa Indonesia up to 200 words. Keywords should be written under abstract text for each language, arranged alphabetically and separated by a semicolon with a word count of 3-5 words. Abstracts are written one space and in one paragraph.

I. Introduction

The introductory section shall contain (regular) general background, state of the art review as the basis of the scientific novelty statement of the article, the statement of scientific novelty, and the formulation of the problem or hypothesis. In the format of scientific articles both in the introduction and in other parts, there is no literature review as the research report, but is manifested in the form of a state of the art review to show the scientific novelty of the article. The introductory description should have relevance to the title of the article.

II. RESEARCH METHODS

The research method describes the methods used in answering the problem or solving the problem. The methods described here include: research specifications, research materials, research locations, data used, data collection techniques, data processing techniques and data analysis.

III. RESULTS AND ANALYSIS

The results of research and analysis contain the findings of research and discussion which is the result of scientific analysis. Write down the scientific findings obtained from the results of the research that has been done but must be supported by adequate data. The results should then be analyzed and explained scientifically include: What scientific findings are obtained? Why did it happen? Why is there such a trend of variables? All such questions should be explained scientifically. It is also well explained in comparison with the results of other researchers who are almost the same topic. The results of research and findings should be able to answer the research hypothesis or problem formulation in the introduction. Therefore, the descriptions in this section should be divided into several sub-items according to the formulation of the problem in the introduction. This section is in principle a description that focuses on efforts to explain and answer the problem formulation completely, systematically and purposefully.

IV S IMPORTANCE AND SUGGESTIONS

The conclusions illustrate the answer of the hypothesis and / or the formulation of the problem or scientific findings obtained. The conclusions do not contain the repetition of the results and the analysis, but rather the summary of the findings as expected from the study or hypothesis. At the end is also described things that can not be answered by the conclusion of the proposal, the response to the results of research.

LIST OF REFERENCES

All references referred to in the article text must be registered in the References section. The References should contain reference libraries originating from primary sources (scientific journals and preferably a minimum of 80% of the entire bibliography) published in the last 10 (ten) years. Each article contains at least 10 (ten) bibliographic references. Writing referral systems in the article text and bibliography should use a reference management application program such as Mendeley, EndNote or Zotero, or others.

B.  SYSTEMATICS ARTICLES REVIEWS

ARTICLES TITLE (Maximum of 14 words)

Writer's name

Author Affiliate Address

ABSTRACT

Abstracts are made in English and Bahasa Indonesia up to 200 words. Keywords should be written under abstract text for each language, arranged alphabetically and separated by a semicolon with a word count of 3-5 words. Abstracts are written one space and in one paragraph.

I.  INTRODUCTION

The introductory section should contain (regularly) a general background, a state of the art review as the basis for a scientific novelty statement from a review article, a statement of scientific novelty, and the formulation of a problem or hypothesis. In the format of scientific articles in both the introductory and the other sections, there is no literary review in the research report, but is manifested in the form of a state of the art review to show the novelty of the review article. The introductory description should have relevance to the title of the article.

II. DISCUSSION

This section is the core of the article, contains all the (legal) issues that have been formulated, then analyzed one by one thoroughly and systematically and linked to the previous state of the art study as outlined in the introduction. Therefore, this description should be divided into several sub according to the formulation of the problem in the introduction. This section is in principle a description that focuses on efforts to explain and answer the problem formulation completely, systematically and purposefully.

III. CONCLUSIONS AND SUGGESTIONS

Conclusion is the final description and also contains the opinions and arguments of the author obtained after the discussion. The conclusion illustrates the answer to the problem formulation. The conclusions should show the common thread between the problem formulation and the analysis on the discussion. The conclusion does not contain the repetition of the analysis in the discussion, but rather the summary of the results of the analysis as expected from the review. Suggestion is a description put forward the author at the end of the article related things that can not be answered by the conclusion of the proposal, the response to the results of the analysis.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

All references referred to in the article text must be registered in the References section. The References should contain reference libraries originating from primary sources (scientific journals and preferably a minimum of 80% of the entire bibliography) published in the last 10 (ten) years. Each article contains at least 10 (ten) bibliographic references. Writing referral systems in the article text and bibliography should use a reference management application program such as Mendeley, EndNote or Zotero, or others.

C. SYSTEMATIC ARTICLES BOOK RECORD

 ARTICLES TITLE (Maximum of 14 words)

 Writer's name

Author Affiliate Address

 ABSTRACT

Abstracts are made in English and Bahasa Indonesia up to 200 words. Keywords should be written under abstract text for each language, arranged alphabetically and separated by a semicolon with a word count of 3-5 words. Abstracts are written one space and in one paragraph.

I.  INTRODUCTION

The introductory section should include (regular) general backgrounds, including the background of the author / author or writer in the journal (including the author's intention to write the book or the author's purpose in writing an article in the journal), synopsis (the contents of the book or the contents of the articles in the journal Reviewed), the previous state of the art review as the basis of the scientific novelty statement of reviewer articles, scientific novelty statements, and problem formulation. In the format of scientific articles both in the introduction and in other sections, there is no literature review as in the research report, but is manifested in the form of a state of the art review to show the novelty of the scientific articles of the reviewer. The introductory description should have relevance to the title of the article. Review articles are written on A4 paper, consisting of 5 to 7 pages with double spaces. The article is accompanied by a scanned cover of the book.

II.  DISCUSSION

This section is the core of the article, contains all the legal issues that have been formulated in relation to the writings in the books / journals that are diresensi, including subject kekuranga and excess books or articles in journals, then analyzed one by one thoroughly and systematically and have relevance to the previous literature review ( State of the art ) as outlined in the introduction. Therefore, this description should be divided into several sub according to the formulation of the problem in the introduction. This section is in principle a description that focuses on efforts to explain and address the full, systematic and directed problem formulation.

III.  CONCLUSIONS AND SUGGESTIONS

The conclusion is the final description and also contains the opinions and arguments of the writer obtained after the discussion of book reviews / journals. The conclusion illustrates the answer to the problem formulation. The conclusions should show the common thread between the problem formulation and the analysis on the discussion. The conclusion does not contain the repetition of the analysis in the discussion, but rather the summary of the analysis results as expected from the book review / journal. Suggestion is a description put forward by the author at the end of the article related things that can not be answered by the conclusion of the proposal, the response to the results of analysis, and advice to the reader, by whom books or journal articles worth reading.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

All references referred to in the article text must be registered in the References section. The References should contain reference libraries originating from primary sources (scientific journals and preferably a minimum of 80% of the entire bibliography) published in the last 10 (ten) years. Each article contains at least 10 (ten) bibliographic references. Writing referral systems in the article text and bibliography should use a reference management application program such as Mendeley, EndNote or Zotero, or others.

 

4 . Writing Guide Quote / Reference In Text Article

Each taking data or quoting statements from other libraries then the authors are obliged to write the source reference. References or citation are written in the text / description by author and year (Buchari, 2010) or (Buchari & Tien, 2010). If the author is more than two, then only the first author's name is followed by "dkk" or " et al. "(Buchari et al., 2010). All referenced in the text must be listed in the bibliography, and vice versa, all that is written in the References should be referred to in the text.

5 . Bibliography Writing Guide

Writing References should use a reference management application such as  MendeleyEnd NoteZotero , or others. The writing format used in the Litigation journal is in accordance with the  APA 6 th  Edition  (American Psychological Association) format .

Library in the form of J urnal I lmiah: 

Susanto, A., & Coal, G. (2016). PARTICIPATORY TRANSFORMATIC LEGAL RESEARCH: AN IDEA AND EARLY CONCEPT. LITIGATION, 17 (2), 3314-3376. Doi: 10.23969 / litigation.v17i2.159

Reader in the form of B uku :

Gosita, A. (2004). Child Protection Problems . Jakarta: PT. Popular Bhuana.

Library in the form of Chapter in B uku :

Birnbaum, N. (1977). The New School of Social Research. In Encyclopedia Americana (Vol 7). New York: Americana Corp.

Library in the form of dissertation / thesis / thesis: 

Titahelu, R. (1993). Determination of General Principles in Land Use. Dissertation . Postgraduate Program of Airlangga University.

Library in the form of Seminar Papers :

Sumardjono, MS (2005). Presidential Regulation no. 36 Th. 2005 Problems of Land Assessed Violate Human Rights Should Not Be For Old Projects, Delivered In Workshop on Protection of Right to Board / Shelter in Human Rights Perspective . Komnas HAM. Jakarta.

Reader in the form of articles from the internet

Haneda Sri Lastoto. (2005). The US paradigm over Ukraine. Retrieved October 24, 2005, from http://www.detik.com/veri-cetak-1/2012/15/pg-12.htm

6. General Instructions for Submission of Manuscripts

Articles that meet the writing instructions (in MS Word format, use this article template) should be submitted in one of the following ways:

  • Submission of manuscript manuscripts with  Online Submission System in the LITIGATION E-Journal portal (http://journal.unpas.ac.id/index.php/litigasi).

Writing Guidelines Articles and templates can be downloaded at the following address:

7. Reviewing Scripts

Each article will be reviewed independently by at least one reviewer. The decision of the manuscript shall be published, corrected, or rejected based on the reviewer's report / recommendation. If one or more reviewers find the article unfit to be published in this journal, the article will not be processed without a statement explaining the basis of the decision. Similarly, for articles that do not fit the guidelines of litigation journal writing, the article also will not be processed without a statement explaining the basis of the decision.

8. Repair Manuscripts

Articles sent back to the author for revisions should be returned to the editor without delay. Revision articles may be sent to the editorial office via Online Submission. Revision articles back within 1 month will be considered as new submissions.

9. Litigation Journal Editors' Office Correspondence Address

 Dr. Anthon Freddy Susanto, SH, M.Hum (Editor-in-Chief)

LITIGATION Journal Office Editorial

Faculty of Law Pasundan University of Bandung

Jl. Lengkong Besar No. 68 Bandung - 40261,

Email: litigasi@unpas.ac.id